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xsd link in my dispatcher-servlet.xml

siddharth das
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I have a doubt on the xsd link in my dispatcher-servlet.xml. This file contain the following entries in the beginning

I have a doubt that when I run my spring application , is it necessary that my system should connect to Internet ? As spring-beans.xsd is located in http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans/.

I tried running the application without having Internet connection, it ran successful. My doubt is that it refers to the xsd file which is located other server(http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans/) , so how the parser check if I disconnected from Internet?

Please advise..

Thanks in Advance.

Please suggest

Mark Spritzler

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That is the xsd's namespace. Not a web URL. So the location of the actual xsd file is in Spring's jar file.


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siddharth das
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Thanks Mark..I got it..
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